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    Probably not perceptibly. I do know that the...

    Probably not perceptibly. I do know that the extra few psi is enough to cause a weird wear pattern. I tend to run my winter tires until May or June and as the weather warms the gauge pressure...
  2. I also have a rubicon front axle with functioning...

    I also have a rubicon front axle with functioning locker, stock axle shafts, Synergy tie rod with fresh ends, Moog drag link, and brakes. I still have the stock driveshaft, too. The only thing that...
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    I was in a very similar position to you and ended...

    I was in a very similar position to you and ended up buying a pair of 1.5" spacers. I am using one on the spare tire carrier. The other might still be in my garage. Let me look this evening.

    I'm...
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    This weekend I lowered the pressure in my tires....

    This weekend I lowered the pressure in my tires. That didn't make a huge difference (only went from 40 to 36 for the most extreme case).

    I then removed the lower control arms, measured,...
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    Thanks for the replies. I checked my tire...

    Thanks for the replies.

    I checked my tire pressure. Most tires were in the 38-40 psi range. I dropped them all to 36-37 psi. They are old, stock sized tires with an odd wear pattern, so they very...
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    Wandering and Alignment Specs

    Hi all,

    I recently put in a Fusion 4x4 front axle. In the process, I messed up a bunch of my control arm lengths. The front axle had a different ratio than the rear, so I got it drivable (without...
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    Sounds like a reasonable deal. That's better than...

    Sounds like a reasonable deal. That's better than what I've found near Denver for regearing.
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    Welcome to WoL! My advice would be to find a...

    Welcome to WoL!

    My advice would be to find a group to go wheeling with. They will be a source of knowledge and a real-world resource to compare different setups.

    Sometimes other owners will let...
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    Finally Joining: Another New Guy

    Hi, everybody!

    I've been using the information available on the forums for a while, so I figured it's time to finally join one. I figured wayalife typically has the best write-ups, so I'd join it....
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